Love wearing that mask on the arm or under your chin? You’re spreading germs

Love wearing that mask on the arm or under your chin? You’re spreading germs

5/4/2021 1:52:00 AM

Love wearing that mask on the arm or under your chin? You’re spreading germs

In this new series, CNA Lifestyle asks the experts for their thoughts on common bad habits. This week, we look at how we wear masks while exercising or eating – and why a resealable bag is a safer bet.

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